Barack Obama Says His Daughters Generation Can Go Too Far With “Breaking Culture”, And Malia and Sasha Agree!
The former POTUS thinks that abandonment culture can sometimes be a bit problematic within the new generation and it turns out his daughters agree! Still, however Barack Obama remains optimistic about the future.
While chatting in a new interview with CNN’s Anderson Cooper, Barack shared his thoughts that these days people are expected to be perfect, so any flaw on social media will be harshly criticized.
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The former president told the host that this was an issue he previously discussed with his two college-aged daughters, Malia and Sasha, and in his opinion they agree that abandonment culture is an issue.
Both are very active when it comes to social and political change, like many others in their generation.
At the same time, they are also very open about their thoughts and ideas with their father.
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“I see in this generation that what you and I may have tolerated as’ yes, that’s the way things are ‘is their attitude,’ why and let’s change it,” Obama told Anderson during the interview.
However, he noted that alongside this struggle for change, a new trend called the “culture of fuss” has emerged to hold privileged people in positions of power accountable for their actions.
Unfortunately, some people go overboard and try to turn off anyone who thinks differently from them.
“At least in conversations with my daughter, I think a lot of the dangers of abandonment culture is that we just judge people all the time. With my daughters at least, they will sometimes find people going overboard in their peer group or on college campus. They look pretty good, we don’t expect everyone to be perfect … always politically correct … but we will call institutions if they are cruel and discriminate against people, ”Barack continued.